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Wake-up 1.A woman carrying hemophilia marries a man who is a hemophiliac. What percentage of their children will have hemophilia? 1.Cross a man heterozygous B with a woman who is a purebred for A. What blood types will their children have?
Human Genetic Disorders and Pedigrees Christopherson
Human Genetics: Karyotypes 46 TOTAL 23 homologous pairs 46 TOTAL 23 homologous pairs
Sex Chromosomes 2 sex chromosomes Typical Female = XX Typical Male = XY
Autosomes Autosomes: Any chromosome that’s not a sex chromosome 44 Autosomes 22 pairs of Autosomes
Recessive Disorder Caused by 2 recessive alleles
Albinism Defect of melanin production that results in little or no color in the skin, hair, and eyes
Cystic Fibrosis Disease that causes the body to produce unusually thick, sticky mucus that: Clogs the lungs and leads to lung infections Obstructs the pancreas Stops natural enzymes from helping the body break down and absorb food
How does it happen? Affected Genotypes: X h X h X h Y
Wake-up 1.What are the genotypes for individuals affected with the following disorders: a.Cystic Fibrosis b.Colorblindness c.Huntington’s disease 2.A parent has a genotype Bb. What alleles can this parent give their children?
What is a Pedigree??? Diagram showing a family tree and patterns of inheritance.